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Hair Loss / Thinning treatment

Description
Hair loss is the appearance of thinning hair or bald patches on the scalp. Hair loss can gradually build over weeks or months, or it can occur rapidly. Hair loss is loosing of hair from variour areas of your body where hair grows.
Causes
The most common cause of hair loss is hereditary baldness. Other causes of hair loss are specific hair disorders, medications, medical treatments, normal hormonal changes, Stress etc.
Prevention
hair loss that are caused by certain medication, stress or lack or iron and protein can be prevented by avoiding those medicines and getting protein and iron in your body.
Common Symptoms
Common symptoms are: itchy scalp, red patches, loss of facial or body hair, dry crittle hair and weight loss
Rare Symptoms
Rare symptoms are: rash over cheeks, sensitivity to cold and heat
Traditional Treatment
There are only two FDA approved remedies: Rogaine, a shampoo that affects aspects of heart function and the other drug Propecia, a small dose of the prostate drug finasteride.
Alternative Treatment
Alternative Treatments are: Hair transplantatio, scalp reduction which is a cosmatic surgery that tightens the scalp. Organic apple cider vinegar rinse slows hair loss and helps hair grow.
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